[FFmpeg-user] Burning timecode into mov file

bouke bouke at editb.nl
Wed Nov 7 17:57:15 CET 2012

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From: "Greg79" <dertagtraeumer at ymail.com>
To: <ffmpeg-user at ffmpeg.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 07, 2012 5:28 PM
Subject: Re: [FFmpeg-user] Burning timecode into mov file

> Hi Bouke,
> thank you very much, your post was quite enlightening.
> Nevertheless, I still don't know if I'm able to use BITC to address a
> particular frame.

Yes, manually while looking at the image :-)

> For example does ffmpeg provides access to a particular frame by 
> addressing
> it via BITC (give me frame at 00:04:12:42). If so, how to do it?

Nope, FFmpeg has no OCR (that would be required)
If you want to adress specific frames, be aware that you need a proper codec 
to do frame accurate searching.
check the -ss options to go to specific frames

> Best Regards and many tnx in advance.
> Greg
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